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Thursday, December 20, 2007

Dec 20, 2007 by     Comments Off on Thursday, December 20, 2007    Posted under: Uncategorized

What a gorgeous time of year to be in Colorado Springs. The snow frosted Rocky Mountains are like a postcard. A great place to spend New Years, what with the skiing and the sitting by the fire. It’s also great to hear about what is in store for local NBC affiliate KOAA in ’08. CSD ETHAN BEUTE says ’08 will be a new year and that means a new promo team. Everybody carries their weight at the operation, so his choices have to be spot-on. New to the creative lineup is Pueblo, Colorado native JAMES MULLER, who’s writing, producing and editing after being part of the station commercial production team. James even shot news at another station out there, so he’s definitely a triple threat guy. Mr. M is also one of those tech-minded guys who knows all about the IT world, which makes him popular, too. Cool. Just yesterday, DIXON ANDERSON was hired to be the graphic designer and animator. Dixon traded the old line of Pasadena, CA for the rugged landscape of “the Springs” and brought his design and animation skills along. Perfect match. And Dixon will begin before Santa slides down the chimney. This makes for a VERY Merry Christmas indeed. Well Dunne! one and all.

Brooklyn boy BARRY STAGG has taken the job of SVP, Corporate Communications at 4Kids Entertainment, the NY-based children’s entertainment entity. Barry, who recently was Communications Consultant for Amp’d Mobile, will report to ALFRED KAHN, Chairman and CEO. No stranger to getting the word out, Barry is a grad of Brooklyn College, Stagg has served as an adjunct professor of PR at USC’s Annenberg School of Communications and he’s on the Board of Trustees of the Entertainment Professional Publicists Society (EPPS). He’s been with FOX Family Worldwide, Lorimar/Warner Bros TV, and Embassy TV, which is now Sony Pictures TV. Congrats Barry.

Think about this:
“Christmas gift suggestions:
To your enemy, forgiveness.
To an opponent, tolerance.
To a friend, your heart.
To a customer, service.
To all, charity.
To every child, a good example.
To yourself, respect.”
~ Oren Arnold

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